Extra vagina lips

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Vaginas — or more accurately, vulvas, and all their components — come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. They even have different smells. And unless your normal involves pain or discomfort , everything is likely fine. Still unsure? Take a look at these pictures of real labia to get a sense of how varied they can really be, and read on to learn more about their overall appearance.

What is labial hypertrophy and is it normal?

Labial Hypertrophy: Symptoms, Treatment, and More

Labial hypertrophy is the medical term for when one or both of the vaginal lips or labia is larger than usual. Having enlarged labia is normal and not a cause for concern. Many people are born with large and often asymmetrical labia and experience no negative side effects. People can have surgery to safely change the shape of the labia, though this is not usually necessary. Labial hypertrophy describes the enlargement of the vaginal lips. The labia help cushion the inner vagina and clitoris from friction, impact, and damage.

Labiaplasty (vulval surgery)

If there's one thing people with a vagina are used to, it's being told that something on their body needs fixing. So it should be no surprise that labiaplasty is something that lots of people are curious about. Seriously, google labiaplasty and you'll get more than a million search results including this one, probably. So we wanted to clear things up for you by covering a few common questions about the procedure, like: What is labiaplasty? How much does labiaplasty cost?
Look at your vulva seriously, do it and the first, most obvious thing you'll see are you labia. Like everything else on your lil bod, they come in all shapes, colors, and sizes, and almost all of them are totally normal and healthy. But, for some reason unfair scrutiny on female bodies, unrealistic expectations of what your own anatomy should look like , the labia get a lot of undue scrutiny. What you need to know is that, unless yours are burning, itching, or have bumps on them, they're healthy and good.